Dorothy Kunhardt’s Pat the Bunny is a children’s classic, with millions of copies sold. It’s inspired numerous spin-offs for both kids and adults—but none as wickedly amusing as this clever interactive book! Every wife, girlfriend, and woman who hopes to be one will treasure it, and have endless fun playing with the lift-the-flap, touch-and-feel, pull tabs, and other highly designed elements. It slyly questions who wears the pants in the family, and lets women humor their men by removing the Velcro pants from the female figure and putting it on the male. Or, eager to have hubby say yes to your request? Then just use the tab to make his head nod! Since all men are really little boys at heart, what better way to celebrate (okay—roast) their peccadilloes than with a kids’ book format? Pat the Husband takes amusing aim at the oddities of guys everywhere, making it the perfect gift from girlfriend to girlfriend, as well as for bridal showers and anniversaries. Every wife will recognize the humor in the quirky characteristics played out about “husbands everywhere”—and find a reason every day to sneak a peek and pat!
A wildly amusing addition to Pat the Husband, this parody continues the story of Paul and Judy, from their beginnings as newlyweds to celebrating the everyday grind of married life, and now to the stereotypical matters of a mid life crisis. Every spouse and married couple will appreciate the interactive humor as they use pull tabs, touch-and-feel, and other designed elements to see Paul and Judy through unnecessary purchases, vision loss, a dying sex life and marriage counseling; but in the end their love is always for better or worse! Paul and Judy have been through the demands of married life from wedding planning to parenting, and everyday co-habitation. But now that they’re a little older, things have changed. In this wildly amusing continuation of Pat the Husband, Paul and Judy face mid life crises with humor that that any couple can relate to! With interactive flap-lifts, pull-tabs, touch-and-feel and other design elements, readers see Paul and Judy through unnecessary purchases (pull Judy’s shopping bags out of the closet!), sleeping troubles (help Judy insert her ear plugs!), vision loss (find Paul’s glasses!) and a boring a sex life (pull tabs to reveal their thought bubbles!) This humorous take on the quirky characteristics of middle-aged husbands and wives makes the perfect gift for married couples, girlfriend-to-girlfriend and anniversaries; always great for a laugh, especially when these marital matters seem all too familiar!
Twenty tongue-in-cheek, stress-relieving, single-sided pages to color, rip out and crumple into a ball, stomp on...whatever you need to do to relieve your stress now that your husband is retired. Created by comedian and author Pat Dennis, this is a perfect gift for yourself or a friend who is facing one of the life's biggest challenges - a husband at home twenty-four seven. Pat came up with the idea for the book on Day One of her spouse's retirement. Pat is the author of the award winning Hotdish to Die For ( a collection of short stories where the weapon of choice is hotdish - 18 recipes included) and the Betty Chance Mystery series: Murder by Chance, Killed by Chance, Dead by Chance and Vegas by Chance. Her work has appeared in Anne Frasier's "Deadly Treats", Once Upon a Crime Anthology, Writes of Spring, Cooked to Death, Silence of the Loons, Resort to Murder, Fifteen Tales of Murder, Mayhem and Malice from the Land of Minnesota Nice, MPR's Minnesota Monthly, Woman's World, The Pioneer Press, and more. Pat is a veteran of 1,000 plus performances in comedy clubs, women's organizations, and church basements. She's worked with such notables as Phyllis Diller, Lewis Black, and Tommy Chong.
Working off the hit of Pat the Bunny – and with Pat the Husband already a top-rated spin-off, Nelligan is back at it with Pat the Daddy. It’s a spot-on parody of coping with being a new parent, relayed in a simplistic, tongue-in-cheek manner that’s sure to ring true with any prospective or even seasoned parents. Following on the crib – I mean coat – tails of Pat the Husband comes Nelligan’s parody of what being a father is all about. Portrayed in tongue-in-cheek sarcasm with equally clever illustrations, the book will ring true for all dads.
Explains how to deal with a husband's mid-life crisis, covering topics including infidelity, thrill-seeking behavior, and financial irresponsibility, and deciding whether or not to continue with the relationship.